IT director Norman Mighell lists Wahroonga home

IT director Norman Mighell lists Wahroonga home
IT director Norman Mighell lists Wahroonga home

Norman Mighell, managing director of IT services business Interlink Corporate Services, and his wife, Amanda, are downsizing from their Japanese-inspired home.

The four-bedroom Wahroonga home designed by architect Ed Lippmann in 2001 has been listed with $4.6 million hopes for its December 8 auction.

Nestled on a 1,015 square metre block, the home situated at 4 Hillcrest Street, Wahroonga comes with three bedrooms, self-contained parent's retreat/office/fourth bedroom, family room with adjoining meal area and kitchen, and separate formal dining overlooking Japanese styled gardens.

IT director Norman Mighell lists Wahroonga home

Additional features include store room/cellar, remote controlled security door, swimming pool, home theatre and balconies with views. 

It's within a 10-minute walk to transport, and close to private schools, parks, and village shops.

The suburb's median house price sits at $1.9 million, according to CoreLogic.  

IT director Norman Mighell lists Wahroonga home 

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